Wolves fans urged to boycott pay-per-view and support food bank

Members of Wolves Fans’ Parliament have voted to support the pay-per-view boycott campaign and are asking supporters to donate to a city food bank instead.

A general view of an empty Molineux Stadium, home stadium of Wolverhampton Wanderers (AMA)
A general view of an empty Molineux Stadium, home stadium of Wolverhampton Wanderers (AMA)

The Premier League introduced a £14.95 charge on top of Sky and BT monthly subscriptions for matches not chosen for normal live coverage.

Wolves game’ against Crystal Palace next Friday is on pay-per-view, and now fans are being urged to donate to The Well Foodbank in Wolverhampton rather than spend money on the game.

Fans’ Parliament chairman Neil Dady said: “The pay-per-view issue has galvanised supporters across the country and it is great that we have come together to turn the boycott campaign into something positive.

"I hope Wolves fans will get behind the boycott pay-per-view campaign by supporting this local charity.’’

Caroline Price, from The Well, added: “In Wolverhampton there are families and single people struggling to buy food. We are pleased that Wolves Fans’ Parliament has decided to support our work.

“We can help a lot more needy people with this.’’

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